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FOX Business
May 12, 2014 11:00am EDT
quote and if you watch tv or use the internet, net neutrality counts. regulators are not separate in web traffic into fast and slow lanes, for now. more what that means for you and
CSPAN
May 2, 2014 12:00pm EDT
quote with non-us persons, as well as u.s. persons, in addition to the ways we are constraining the potential use committedta -- we are to a u.s.-german cyber dialogue to close further the gaps that may exist in terms of how we operate, how german intelligence operates. to make sure there is transparency and clarity about what we are doing and what our goals and intentions are. these are goals that are complicated. we are not perfectly aligned yet . values and weame
CSPAN
May 12, 2014 8:00am EDT
quote hopefully that'll give some guidance to your answer. i worry when people use the phrase "fast lane," because that implies that there's a slow lane. i worry on the net neutrallyish
LINKTV
May 11, 2014 2:30pm PDT
quote >> this is the journal coming to you live from d.w. here in berlin. thanks for joining us. coming up, separatists in eastern ukraine hold their controversial vote on self-rule condemned by kiev and the west as ill get mat. mercedes power ahead with another victory in the spanish grand pee. wurstag question conchita uses her victory to send a message to vladimir putin.
LINKTV
May 20, 2014 3:00pm PDT
quote countries in terms of rigorous standards. with respect to u.s. law, under , which therder 12333 nsa and cia uses to conduct surveillance abroad, there is a lot that analysts and agents can do. this could very well, under executive order, be illegal for the nsa to be doing. the more important question about what this means for u.s. cooperation with foreign law enforcement agencies and the dea's operations abroad, this essential. intercept, lawful the very thing that allows the nsa access to these networks, is premised on the idea that you have a specific person that you are targeting who is under
CBS
May 22, 2014 6:00am PDT
quote ] well, what is cool about your school? email your nomination to us at coolschools@kpix.com. we may come and feature your school on the show. >>> 6:20 right now. the u.s. government has thousands of northern california owls in its crosshairs. coming up at 6:30, the reason behind the mission to kill thousands of birds. >>> and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, which team has the best record in all of baseball? and giants pitchers dropping like flies last night. we'll show you who went down coming up. lovers: send us your questis about their health and well-being just email "petst kp com", or on our web x.com/pets... and >> we want to invite pet lovers to send us your questions about their health and their well-
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 12:00am EDT
quote court's instructions to use a commercially reasonable test could result in a so-called fast lane, and internet haves and have-nots. this misses the want. any knew rule will assure an open pathway that is sufficiently robust to enable consumers to access the content,
CSPAN
May 2, 2014 12:00pm EDT
quote to take the privacy interests of non-us persons into account in everything that they do. that is something that has not been done before and most of the countries in the world are not to. the privacy interests of non-us citizens are deeply relevant and cap to be -- have to be taken into account under have to be policies and- procedures to protect them. we are in the process of implementing those steps. we have shared with the germans the things we are doing. i will repeat what i have said before. ordinary germans are not subject
quote that the u.s. tends to get more and better intelligence out of computers nowadays than they do out of people. i was trained as a spy in sort of the traditional sense of the word. i lived and worked undercover, overseas pretending to work in a job that i'm not and even being assigned a name that was not mine. now the government might deny these things, frame it in certain ways and say, oh, he's a low level analyst but what they are trying to do is they are trying to use one position that i have had in a career here or there to distract from the
quote to justify programs that have never been shown to keep us safe but cost us liberties and freedoms that we don't need to give up, and our constitution says we should not give up.
MSNBC
May 30, 2014 9:00am PDT
quote it was unconstitutional. that is the espionage act now that president obama has used seven times as if it were an official secrets act which it's very clear congress did not mean it to be and rejected that use. and the supreme court has never to this day ruled on it.
PBS
May 13, 2014 9:00pm PDT
quote the nsa would not spy on u.s. citizens, binney and the other analysts had built in privacy protections. >> it anonymizes who it's listening in on, unless there's a court warrant that makes the identity of that person clear. >> if you knew that it was u.s. person-related, it would be automatically encrypted. that was part of the design of thinthread. >> it had a data privacy section. that was working very well, protecting citizens and innocent people by encrypting the data and not allowing analysts to look at it even. >> narrator: drake was ecstatic. the experimental program could monitor massive amounts of data, but the encryption would protect the privacy of individual americans. he took it upstairs to the top deck. >> in those short days and weeks after 9/11, i put together a two-page classified implementation plan to put
CSPAN
May 24, 2014 12:00am EDT
quote essential to preventing attacks and could readily have been obtained in a timely manner using conventional court orders," which is my answer to professor dershowitz about how else we can target people and find out what we need to know. three democratic senators in president obama's own party who are on the intelligence committee and have access to all classified information wrote an op-ed november 25th in the new york times, and they wrote, quote, "the usefulness of the collection program has been greatly exaggerated. we have yet to see any proof that it provides real, unique value in protecting national security." they hope that they will blind you with emotion, and i hope you will focus on the evidence and the facts. >> now it's my turn.
PBS
May 13, 2014 9:00pm PDT
quote to and from the united states. and they used this authority that previously was used to trace numbers going to and from a single telephone... for everybody. >> narrator: kollar-kotelly's secret ruling relied on a controversial interpretation of
CSPAN
May 24, 2014 12:00am EDT
quote people inside the u.s. government have said on that question so that you don't have to take either our word for it or theirs. the federal court i referenced earlier that ruled that the nsa was violating the rights of americans said about the claim that it was for terrorism, quote, "the government does not cite a single case in which analysis of the nsa's bulk metadata collection actually stopped a terrorist attack." a presidential review panel appointed by president obama of his closest aides, on december 18th issued a report saying, "our review suggests that the information contributed to terrorist investigations by the use of metadata was not essential to preventing attacks and could readily have been obtained in a timely manner
PBS
May 13, 2014 9:00pm PDT
quote . once you could do that, you could use that metadata to select the information from all those tens of terabytes going by. >> narrator: but to make sure the nsa would not spy on u.s.
SFGTV
May 4, 2014 1:00am PDT
it should be. and staff report has gone through all of the different permitted uses and why they don't really make a lot of sense there. so i think this makes total sense to me. and the fee issue i think i understand that they only have to pay the fees that are the part that is being converted. and if there is any question about fees, we certainly can resolve that. i would be receptive to resisting that, if there is a need for any higher fees, but it sounds like there is really no change and we're just adding -- legalizing existing use and i don't think that it's already a million and a half -- i don't think it should be an exorbitant fee to some just continuing their usage as mvp as it is. i am support in of this and didn't make a lot of sense for manufacturing. there is really no loading space and no parking and lots of columns in the way. i mean it's a building if you want to keep it in its present form and the desire is to do that because of historic reasons, something like this that allows for these type of uses without having to completely retrofit the inside of the building
SFGTV
May 31, 2014 8:30am PDT
. >> thank you very much, michael and david for being here and giving us those important reports. i'm going to ask that the secretary for the commission on the environment go ahead and call items a through e at president arce request. >> thank you. can we start with item a city clerk: tock ikz reduction and environmental safety. chris gooiger. >> thank you. i'm not going to give you a n if you is you -- is survey of what the toxic program does. i have been asked to talk about the program which is a long standing successful collaboration with puc and other departments. and with apologizes to the commission on environment who have heard this several times in the past years. let me tell you what i mean by integrated pest management. it's not just pesticide reduction. pest management is all about using the best available scientific information to manage pest in a way that possess a least risk to the environment. there is a huge overlap as to what puc does. we are using prevention first and saving pesticides until the last resort. using pesticides we have a very intricate way of screening and
LINKTV
May 20, 2014 3:00pm PDT
quote a plot to shift nearly 90 pounds of marijuana into the u.s. this is not about taking down the powerbrokers in the drug trade. what the nsa has been able to do here in the bahamas is collect everything that is there, be
LINKTV
May 20, 2014 3:00pm PDT
quote days, allowing u.s.
MSNBC
May 30, 2014 9:00am PDT
quote . it was also the revelation of crimes by the white house including and going into my doctor's office using the cia against me numerous times, attempting to assault me or incapacity tate me. all of those are now regarded at legal under this administration with the first informally and then with the help of congress. so a president wouldn't be facing impeachment as nixon did
quote in the moscow airport. when people ask why are you in russia, i say please ask the state department. >> the u.s. state department says snowden's passport was
CSPAN
May 10, 2014 6:30pm EDT
quote before us.
quote of the way these things are being used. it's the lack of respect for the public because -- the lack of respect for the intrusiveness of
PBS
May 13, 2014 9:00pm PDT
quote the tactics that the administration has used to deflect questioning and also to mislead the public. i was amazed at what he was saying, because it was not truthful; it was misleading. and that was the beginning of the spinning and the lies. >> president bush heads to the nsa as part of his weeklong blitz to defend his controversial wiretapping program... >> white house strategy? fight back on every point... >> yesterday it was the president; today the attorney general speaks out on the matter...
LINKTV
May 20, 2014 8:00am PDT
quote the u.s. has said the caribbean nation poses little to no threat to americans. the story is based on documents linked by eric snowden who describes a classified program put in place by the nsa without the knowledge or consent of the bahamian government. instead, the report shows the website obtained access to the restaurant enforcement administration, and one document
Al Jazeera America
May 31, 2014 1:00pm EDT
smith. here are the stories we're following for you. the u.s. makes a deal for sergeant bow bergdahl's release. there has been an i am bar go between the united states and cuba for years, but more and more the united states is working with the cuban market. >> this kid with mental health issues has three firearms and 400 runs is unreasonable. >> earlier i spoke with richard martinez, whose son died in the santa barbara shootings last week. >> we have breaking. the american soldiers held captive in afghanistan for the past five years has been freed. sergeant bo bergdahl is coming back to the united states. we're live in the united states. randall, remind us about sergeant boberg doll's case. >> well, he was captured when he was a private back in june o of 2009. a month later the taliban released a video and it was confirmed that it was mr. bergdahl. he was held captive. we're not sure if it was afghanistan, pakistan, but between the two countries, but the taliban have held him. they have released several videos, it turns out not only in 2009, but they used them as a propaganda tool th
SFGTV
May 30, 2014 11:00pm PDT
to the commission as a conditional use sets up a different sort of standards like under the cu it has to be necessary and in demand it puts it on the applicant but under the dr it is up to us to say so there's a twist even though there's an appeal and could come back to the commission once it gets into our decision making camp it's slightly different. >> that's an interesting point we mention the 0 thirty three criteria but i think we need to do more thinking of the mechanisms on that. >> along those lines. and specifically to address that issue we have with every conditional use we're not chaipg the conditional use process for formula retail to exude the possility if a starbuck's or formula retail i don't mean to pick on starbuck's goes out of business but the cu expires which it didn't now it runs with the property; is that right >> from a burger king 0 a mcdonald that will trigger a new conditional use under the code requirement. >> no, no i'm saying if burger king went out of the business if - >> if mcdonald's took over it's requires a new you cu. >> but we're changing it. >
PBS
May 6, 2014 6:00am PDT
network. this struck me. this time. it's going to use. he's now off to the building. what is going to strike outs. the success of the race. was it that it might be and then the team took a bite. the technique and that he might write about on the news off to the top this ideal of god. get thee to kick stand again. one of them is not optimal body of death because of the tunnel i do. the other. he also was shown just sat on me that the isi to speed up just an agenda set this up. let's discuss it. it's the new tees relations agency has dismissed the allegations saying that raising the case incidents i saw a bald head off i start without any basis is highly depressed when i'm sleeping. since it to focus on civility. this puts the media regulators to suspend when he went to tyson's off the snap but geo news. its coverage of the incident. i mean the complete with a focused on electronic media bring it to ot the goal. the old one don't get damaged or tell them about it. it's a deadly moment. watch out whatever that is that we must dig it ok get his end of may when it bought a couple kentu
Al Jazeera America
May 29, 2014 11:30am EDT
us out 24 hours a day by going to the website, aljazeera america.com, where the news never stops. >> the president told west point's graduating class that america must continue to lead the world. spelling out the obama foreign policy, it is the inside story. >> hello, i'm ray suarez. sometimes it's hard to remember that they're talking talking about the the same guy. his critics say he's weak-kneed. the president's defenders say he ran getting the u.s. out of iraq and information. did one and is well on his way to the second. he promised he would be far more selective about the use of american military power in the world, and there are no american casualties from syria, libya or the black sea. there have been no military airstrikes on iran's suspected nuclear program, and iran has come to the negotiating table. his speech to graduates at the military academy of west point rests on two main pillars, the united states remains the indispensable nation, and there is not a military solution to every problem. >> the question we face, the question each of you will face is not whether am
Al Jazeera America
May 28, 2014 5:00pm EDT
's defenders say he ran getting the u.s. out of iraq and information. did one and is well on his way to the second. he promised he would be far more selective about the use of american military power in the world, and there are no american casualties from syria, libya or the black sea. there have been no military airstrikes on iran's suspected nuclear program, and iran has come to the negotiating table. his speech to graduates at the military academy of west point rests on two main pillars, the united states remains the indispensable nation, and there is not a military solution to every problem. >> the question we face, the question each of you will face is not whether america will lead but how we will lead. not only to secure our peace and prosperity, but across the globe. >> reporter: president obama told thousand was a cadets dressed in uniform that america must always lead and military is backbone of that leadership. >> u.s. military action cannot be the only or even primary component of our leadership in every instance. just because we have the best hammer does not mean that eve
Bloomberg
May 15, 2014 9:00pm EDT
-hours stock surge. joining me is craig johnson, the founder and president of customer growth partners. tell us your reaction to today's report from jcpenney. >> we were not surprised by it because we have 16 people across the country in the stores every week, and we saw the increase in traffic. and the fact that the average ticket is moving up, the long, slow rebound that jcpenney is gathering steam, and the company is poised to -- not quite breaking into black ink yet, but gross margins, which had been in the high 20's are now nicely into the 30's, and calm sales of 6% are off a low bottom and a nice improvement. >> can you describe the strategy that jcpenney is implementing? >> there are going a couple of different things. first of all, you had to stabilize -- you had to write the ship -- right the ship and solve some of the problems of the ron johnson legacy. then you had to recapture the lost customer, which means in a sense back to basics in terms of offering the customer what she wanted in terms of style, in terms of fit, in terms of the kind of product, the balance they have in terms of
SFGTV
May 30, 2014 10:30am PDT
and allows us to move ahead with our large improvement programs. today we'll cover a number of different things. this is for the viewing audience at home and include toxic and water safety and wastewater management, clean vehicle adoption and newer energy and efficiency. i will turn to my counter part. >> thank you. david as -- acting director for the department. i want to go over the goals of sf puc. i looked at one of our primary goals to keep waste of the landfill and reduce toxins. that interest twiens -- inter twines with sf puc. we try to keep them out of the landfill and wastewater. or energy and climate renubls are our energy efficiency work and renunl -- renewable work and climate work, we address the public sector. we who, with residents and businesses and the if 123 -- sf puc works with the department. two can be linked to fire. the rim fire and the drought. neither would be severe if we with respect to dealing with a long-term clierment change that is affecting a whole variety of what we deal with everyday on this environment. our issue helps all of us. our work and energy
SFGTV
May 23, 2014 9:00pm PDT
so we did increase our bandwidth and increeded the ability for us to really be able to stream lots of information down ; however, if one point fails it can bring down a school site pretty easily. so what we really need to do is build more redundant conductions. this is the way airplanes are reliable. they have two or threesomes that do similar things. this is similar concept and how we were to build out or network to be more resill yents. our current state. mr. ryan's commented that teachers don't have a common place they can go for the curriculum. they don't have a place of materials embedded by the district that aligns to our curricula goals to access videos and documents and other artifacts that are used. our employee system is over ten years old and it barely supports really the basic transactions of managing an employee. when i was a new hire i had 12 different forms and filled out the exact same information on moegs of those forms with a slight change here and there because there were so many different things on how to do that and some never made it into the system. i comment
Bloomberg
May 19, 2014 9:00pm EDT
and bad side of innovation. first the bad. the u.s. accuses five chinese military officials of stealing trade secrets through the use of cyber-espionage. you will learn about the alleged hacker attacks, and now to the good. innovation can bring fitness classes into your living room. and the cowboy cauldron. the masters of the fire pit take us and show us the world of the luxe barbecue. and my producers try to stymie me with the mystery guest. that is coming up next. let's get headlines from carol massar. >> the retailer out with numbers that phil short of estimates. sales plunged 12% compared to last year. direct tv.to buy at&t would gain more than 30 million video subscribers in the u.s. and in latin america. at&t would pay $95 for each share of direct tv. and telling donald sterling that it intends to force the sale of the team in the wake of racist comments that got him banned from the nba for life. from only for life. they have until may 27 until -- to respond. >> the u.s. government has filed a criminal case against credit suisse in federal court. the justice department alleges tha
Al Jazeera America
May 31, 2014 3:00am EDT
> >> >>> the international dispute over the south china sea, the u.s. defense secretary takes aim at china. >> the united states will not look the other way when fundamental principles of the international order are challenged. >>> hello, i'm here in doha with the world news from al jazeera. >>> also ahead - celebrations in malawi after a winner is announced after the bitterly disputed elections. his opponent says they'll fight on. >> we are not taking that laying down. >>> plus... ..the first suicide attack by a u.s. citizen in syria. he took his orders from a group linked to al qaeda. >>> and how police are getting a bird's eye view of criminals in mexico, where crime rates are soaring. >>> u.s. defense secretary chuck hagel accused beijing of unstabilizing the area in the china sea. chuck hagel warned that the u.s. would not ignore action that could threaten long-term process. >> china called the south china sea a sea of peace, friendship and cooperation. that's what it should be. in recent months china has undertaken destabilizing actions asserting claims over the south china
CSPAN
May 24, 2014 9:41pm EDT
the justice department's decision to indict five chinese officials for hacking u.s. companies. this is about one hour and 15 minutes. >> we are going to get started. welcome to brookings. >> there is nothing going on in the area of cyberspace, so it will be a short and uninteresting session. i am joking. is an amazing time to have in their -- have him here. as you probably all know, this is a big week in this area. specifically, indictments of foreign interests against -- the house just passed the usa freedom act. and i saytly amending -- nsa surveillance authority. with's a lot going on respect to our own activities and spine and collection, a and our response to other countrie'' actions against us. are.ifferent they principal differences between what we acknowledge we do and what we authorize under our law? and what we object to when it is done to us? these are some of the issues that i think we are talking about this week. i hope we will talk about today. i can't think of a better person to have before us. john karl at -- john carlin has been acting assistant -- attorney general. he has s
LINKTV
May 28, 2014 2:00pm PDT
>> welcome to the "journal" in berlin. >> thanks for joining us. first, our headlines. u.s. president barack obama delivers a key foreign-policy speech, saying the u.s. will remain strong but intends to use its military less. >> in the wake of fierce fighting in the ukrainian city of donetsk, the new president promises to crush rebels. >> america must always lead on the world stage -- that was the message from u.s. president barack obama today. >> obama outlined his vision for u.s. foreign-policy in a sweeping speech at the u.s. military academy. speaking to both a global television audience and graduating cadets at west point, obama said the u.s. should ink beyond using the military to solve u.s. problems. he said counterterrorism measures will remain in focus and that cooperation with international partners is the way forward. >> this beach came one day after putting forward a plan to end america's longest war, the country's 12-year deployment in a canna stand. -- in afghanistan. >> this year's graduates from the elite that point military academy will be the first in over
SFGTV
May 21, 2014 7:30am PDT
of the student use technology daily in instruction. the goal of the plan is to make sure it's ubiquitous. if we're doing away with textbook and other printed materials, students need to be able to access daily. we're only at 7 percent right now. devices need to be current and reliable. if they're more than 4 years old, that the time devices start having issues and become unusable. we need to get one to one device ratio, right now we're 1 to [inaudible] device ratio. at the early years prek through 5, we need a mix of tablets and laptops. then sixth through eighth that's where the shift starts going. then grades nine through 12 we allow students o bring their own device, however there will be a district funded option that will be equivalent to what the teacher gets as their device. all schools will have high end mobile labs available to them to address the more specific requirements of some of the higher end, particularly our english language lerner software and others that require a fully powered desktop machine to do specific work. so the second component is to develop critical tool systems so
CSPAN
May 5, 2014 7:00pm EDT
to date and the time for the two leaders be reserved for their use later in the day. that following any leader remarks, the time until 11:00 a.m. be equally divided and controlled between the two leaders or their designees prior to a cloture vote on the motion to proceed to s. 2262, the energy savings and industrial competitiveness act. and that the senate recess at 12:30 p.m. subject to the call of the chair to allow for the weekly caucus meetings and the official photograph of the 113th congress. and if cloture is invoked on the motion to proceed to s. 2262, the time during the recess count postcloture. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. merkley: there will be a roll call vote at 11:00 a.m. tomorrow. additionally, the official photograph of 113th congress will be at 2:15 p.m. tomorrow. if there is no further business to come before the senate, i ask that it adjourn under the previous order. the presiding officer: the senate stands adjourned until senate stands adjourned until >> working again broadband plan to if you take that 150 number the incentive option and the age blo
Bloomberg
May 10, 2014 9:00pm EDT
quote for investments to compensate with what they're losing with sanctions in the u.s. and eu. are you willing to pressure and urge your chinese counterparts not to go along? >> we talk about a wide range of topics when we meet. i will bring topics central to the u.s. agenda and they will raise topics of concern with them. we have been making the case consistently wherever we go that it is unacceptable for russia to violate ukraine's sovereignty. when we take action and other countries in the world take action, it's important for them not to be backfilled. >> and we would not be happy. >> it's an argument i make wherever i go. >> you will make it in beijing. >> we will talk about a whole range of topics. >> let's talk about putin and ukraine. why not impose tougher sectorial sanctions? would they apply to a wide swath of financial and energy industries or be more targeted specifically? >> the steps we have taken with regard to russia have been very carefully determined and quite effective. we have been targeting people in the russian government, senior executives and ceos at some of
PBS
May 20, 2014 10:00pm PDT
quote it almost took us a few minutes to get our minds around how big of a leak this was and how comprehensive the set of revelations were. we had very little time to react. >> narrator: they sounded the alarm and reached out to an nsa official, john delong. >> i have two computers on my desk-- a classified computer and an unclassified computer. and i'm used to seeing that document on the classified computer. and i did a real double take. i remember just sitting there for 30 seconds checking and rechecking to see what computer this classified document appeared on. the gravity of it was quite palpable, and i thought, "this is going to be a really tough story as it comes out." >> narrator: at tguardian, editor-in-chief janine gibson took a return call from the white house. >> she has the deputy head of
SFGTV
May 23, 2014 7:00pm PDT
wants to deny that it's it's a typical process. >> you're wanting to me one what's in front of of us and what's not in front of of us is clear this is regarding whether or not the permit is valid regarding fixing the sprinkler and i think with that i'll lean more towards agreeing with our president. >> you think i will as well my concern is the gains manship that seems to be going on i don't want to leave this hanging outs there i want to end the appeal here now. >> is that your motion president so deny the appeal and uphold it's code compliant. >> optometry formulation the president to uphold the permit commissioner fung. commissioner hwang commissioner hurtado. commissioner honda >> thank you. vote is 5 to zero this permit is upheld on that basis >> commissioner hwang there's no further business. >> we're >> on december 28, 1912, san francisco mayor stared into a sea of 60,000 of constituents that gathered at geary. the berth of the first publicly owned transit system in the city, the san francisco municipal railway. come and experience lafayette park and enjoy the people, pic
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